Famous People Named Francis
Take a look at famous people named Francis, such as Francis Bacon, St Francis Xavier, and Francis Ford Coppola.
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profile name: Francis Drake profile occupation:
profile id: 9194632
profile name: Francis Bacon profile occupation: Academic, Lawyer, Political Leader, Scientist, Academic Author
profile id: 21152349
profile name: Pope Francis profile occupation: Pope
profile id: 9542509
profile name: Frankie Avalon profile occupation: Film Actor, Singer
profile id: 9364165
profile name: Francis Scott Key profile occupation: Lawyer, Poet
profile id: 39911
profile name: Saint Francis Xavier profile occupation: Missionary, Priest, Saint
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